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All reviewssoda buttelamar valleynortheast entranceore houseisolated areahomemade chipsthe staff was super friendlyhit or missdunraven passlarge fireplaceadjoining restaurantflat screenold schoolbeartooth highwaywe ate breakfastfirst floorwould stay here again
I had originally booked here for 4 night stay before heading over to West Yellowstone. I called prior to our arrival to ask a couple questions...if the rooms had fridge/microwave and if any laundry facilities were onsite. The lady who answered was extremely rude and...More
Just had a beer at the bar passing through, but the facilities I saw were in need of updating. The carpet was worn, torn and black from years of nastiness not being cleaned out of them. From that alone I wouldn’t consider staying in one...More
We stayed here for 4 nights. 3 days we didn't have hot water. One night the room next door had their tv on all nigh the walls are paper thin. So no sleep was had. They didnt make the bed. One day our windows were...More
Well, one of the best locations if you want to see the Lamar Valley early, you'll want to leave the hotel early and arrive late so you see as little of it as possible. It really seems the owner does not care, they didn't bother...More
Although I had done research and selected Soda Butte Lodge because it was pet-friendly, making a reservation many months prior to my intended stay, on arrival I was informed that the hotel is NOT pet-friendly ... and told that the fact was prominently stated on...More
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We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the... More
We have a parking lot for truck and trailor accross the street, but it is not paved. It is a nice area to park, though, with a security camera. The northeast entrance to the park is a good road like that of the rest of the park. You should have no problem. You are also close to the Beartooth Hwy and Chief Joseph Scenic Hwy that are prime for bikers.